Many web content websites have vanished or stopped in their tracks in last few months.
It's quite amazing that this has happened, actually, in aftermath of September 11th tragedies -- more people than ever are now using web to get vital news information in real-time. (Family members in my household now visit international news websites to get a different perspective on events going on!)
Content is still around, websites still advertise for content creation jobs, and yet websites for web writers and content community have dissipated to a small, yet vital, few.
So, if you're looking for support, news, and training, where should you go? Here's a rundown of surviving -- and thriving -- websites and communities for those of us who write online!
Web Page Content http://www.webpagecontent.com/ Articles and products to improve web content >From website: "75+ ways to make your web content more usable, readable, credible, accessible and profitable, and attract more traffic through search engines. New articles every week or so." An interesting mix of content and creation how-to's.
Contentious http://www.contentious.com/articles/011210.htm Amy Gehran continues to write her monthly articles on online writing and content creation at www.contentious.com. Meet with her when she travels to DC!